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How to Install VmBox

VmBox software is provided as an OVF file, you can run this virtual machine on any virtualization server. However, it is recommended that you run the software on the same server where you set up vCenter. You can request the OVF file of the software from the technical unit in your vmbox clientarea. It should be noted that VmBox software needs a public and static IPv4 address on the Internet to communicate with the WHMCS and customers.

In addition, to establish a secure connection between customers and the software, you need an FQDN address that points to the IP address of the software. You can use your own domains and subdomains or submit a subdomain request for your software from the technical unit. The subdomain will be made as follows:

[Your Hosting Name]
[Your Hosting Name]
[Your Hosting Name]

After installing the software, it is time to Add Plans, you can make your own plans with different operating systems and different configurations. Our experts are by your side at all stages to guide you as soon as possible if you have any questions. After making the templates and plans, it is time to download the WHMCS module file. To download the module, go to the WHMCS submenu in the Customers menu.

After placing the module files in the corresponding folder in the WHMCS store, go to the module settings section of each product and select the WHMCS option. In this section, the list of created plans will be displayed and you can select the plan related to your product. Options for operating system, CPU, RAM and memory will be created automatically. The module can now be used. According to the settings made on the store, your customers can use their server after payment.

Download VmBox#

Dear users, in order to download the software, you can send your request to the support unit by sending a ticket in the "Contact Us" section, so that the OVF file and the templates required by the operating systems can be sent to you. It should be noted that users can use all the features of the software for testing for 14 days as a Trial License.